Typing in SignWriting

Charles Butler chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM
Thu Apr 1 06:40:33 UTC 2004

Gallaudet University is more than an hour and a half away from home and I don't have that kind of free time.

I am thinking of going back to school in the fall, but I can't drive that far to work on this program without compensation.  I am far too heavily in debt.

What I have of Libras is about 350 signs in the big panels I sent you.  It will take time slowly loading them to the PUDL dictionary, which I thought that I would have time to do, but don't have the computer space to separate them into smaller jpgs (they lose integrity by another generation every time I do).  I will see what I can do, it's just a different process than I expected.


Valerie Sutton <sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG> wrote:
SignWriting List
March 31, 2004

Charles...Can you use the PUDL site to add your Libras signs for now?
It may take time to get a computer.... By the way, if a computer could
be made available to you at Gallaudet Library, would you be able to do
your work there? Val ;-)


On Mar 31, 2004, at 4:07 PM, Charles Butler wrote:

> HI, Val, I have a NEC computer, running Windows 97, with a 500 MB
> drive.  I really need an upgrade to a DELL or better with Windows
> 2000.  I had a major system crash and lost my old computer the
> day after I had everything saved onto CDs.  I lost 5 years worth of
> old emails, but fortunately still have a lot of work.  Somewhere in my
> move I misplaced the Brazilian work other than what I have sent you,
> and I'd really like to print it out, and start putting it slowly into
> SSS in the order I think it.
> I live in Sterling, VA, which is a suburb (almost an exurb) of
> Washington DC, where Gallaudet University is.  I'd love to be doing
> something like this for research, and maybe a company near me could
> consider it as a research project.
> Charles=
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